Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning is a theory for understanding the importance of the inclusiveness in education through the study based in competences.

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Universal Design for Learning by Mind Map: Universal Design for Learning

1. Scale

2. Framework for understanding how to create curriculla that meet the needs of all learners

2.1. It provides a framework for designing instruction and making information accessible

2.2. Remove or reduce barriers to create new learning spaces and opportunities

3. (CAST) Center for Applied Technology

3.1. Responsibility for inclusivity across all stakeholders

3.2. Identify and explore technologies for improve educational experiences of students with disabilities

4. Students Intellectual Participation

5. Co-construction

6. Inclusiveness

6.1. Creating learning environments

6.2. Cangulo and Metcalf (2003)

6.2.1. Educators must work to remove the barriers that may impede or exclude some students' meaningful participation

7. Intensive Online Workshop Guidelines

7.1. Setting autonomy and curiosity principle

7.1.1. Assessment and explore goals for change

7.2. Disequilibrium and variety principle

7.2.1. Prepare and align resources

7.3. Responsive feedback and encouragement cycle principle

7.3.1. Instruction, facilitation scaffolds and evaluation

7.4. Community and relevance principle

7.4.1. Community of practice

7.5. Optimize

8. Scaffolding Types

8.1. Making "English" language more accessible

8.1.1. Linguistic

8.2. Providing supportive frameworks for meaning providing

8.2.1. Conceptual

8.3. Mediating and situating students' learning in a social context and cultural tools

8.3.1. Socio-cultural

9. Three Primary Principles

9.1. Options for perception

9.2. Multiple Means of Representation (MMR)

9.2.1. Determining Reading content

9.2.2. Options for comprehension

9.2.3. Option for language, mathematical expressions and symbols

9.3. Multiple Means of Action and Expression (MMA)

9.3.1. Communicate and angage with L1

9.3.2. Options for Physical action

9.3.3. Options for Executive functions

9.3.4. Options for expression and communication

9.4. Multiple Means of Engagement (MME)

9.4.1. Select ways to express themselves using strategies

9.4.2. Options for Self-regulation

9.4.3. Options for Sustaining Effort and Persistence Options for Recruiting interest

10. Online Instruction

10.1. Effect platform to model teaching and learning using UDL Principles

10.1.1. Learning Management System (LMS)

10.1.2. Materials Online Software Packages with